National Archives and Records Administration - ARC Identifier 12080 / Local Identifier 65.7 - SHOOTING FOR SURVIVAL, ca. 1960 - ca. 1969 - Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation. (1935 - ). TRAINING FILM: Basic rule for survival against hostile fire is to take cover. Defensive firearms training that includes technical skills and target practice survival skills for law enforcement agents. Scenes of agents taking cover and scenes of target practice are shown throughtout. - ( 1 reviews ) Topics: archives.gov, public.resource.org
Department of the Army Vietnam Crucible AVA06050VNB1, 1968 The program reports on the American soldier's activities in Vietnam. Presents both the military and civilian situation. From the picture series. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: FedFlix, ntis.gov
National Archives description "Compares the Thompson and M3 submachine guns with the .34 and .42 caliber German automatic pistols (9mm). Studies differences in the construction of the weapons and compares their ammunition. The pieces are test-fired, free style and mounted, for accuracy. Demonstrates the superior performance by U.S. weapons, pointing out that the German guns sacrifice speed of fire for accuracy." National Archives Identifier: 24562As always, any error or typo is mine... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Film Bulletin, World War II, Marksmanship, World War, 1939-1945, Firearms, WWII, Thompson...
byArmed Forces Institute of Pathology, Dr. Bruce D. Ragsdale, and Arnold R. Josselson
Ballistics experiments conducted by shooting bones embedded in gelatin blocks, done at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology by Dr. Bruce D. Ragsdale, M.D., Orthopedic Pathology Department, AFIP & Arnold R. Josselson, LTC, USAF, MC, Forensic Sciences Department, AFIP. Film is circa 1970. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, firearms, ballistics, Civil War